God: Reconnect to Him
Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".
Friday, September 9, 2011
Did Michael Call This or What?
The Invisible War
To See what Michael Saw
Last night I had a triple-whammy of blows to the gut. The first one was finding that video earlier in the day of the “horned” Birthday wish for Michael by Cirque de Solei. The second blow was learning that our U.S. Senate voted for a bill that would essentially outlaw the growing, sharing or selling of food from a private, home garden – i.e. you’re not allowed to feed yourselves, folks (talk about that later. I got the info).
The third blow, after a phone conversation with Micheline about that horrid Tribute, I just happened to find a web site online that I thought was in agreement with me on this “Tribute from Hell” as I’ve come to call it.
As I read through it, I realized that not only was this a hit piece on Miss Katherine (and Latoya, Tito, Jackie, and Marlon), but FOR the estate. I was fuming. Then I was crying.
I’m not going to give that website any air time. It was NOT Muzik’s web site, but it was affiliated with someone from TINI. Either Branca’s bloggers can’t accomplish badmouthing the Jackson family with the bloggers they already employ, or some kind of piling on is in the works.
Anyhow, I was fit to be tied last night, I was not a happy camper, and as a result the second half of my blog entry does not match the mood of the first half. Not only that, but the comment I left behind about God taking everything from us and/or breaking hearts to get into them (that I left on Facebook) didn’t even come close to exorcising my frustration. So I sent an email off to a friend that she has yet to answer; something about going to “war”.
This morning while preparing to finish a blog on “angels”, I ran into some interesting “planted” sidetracks in my searches for resources on the subject. Below is from a web site from one of those sources. (Things are getting weird, y’all).
"Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.
"Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.
"And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints...." Ephesians 6:10-18
The armor of God was a search term entered into my blog at some point between the a.m. and the constructing of this introduction. I went to Google thinking I was going to pull up something astounding but the first search results were merchants web sites selling hooks and hangers for sword collectors.
I almost deleted the search page when halfway down I saw a web page simply titled “Armor of God”. The first text on the page was what you see above, from Ephesians. When I read it a memory of my stepfather immediately came to mind:
It was after a really bad week on his second bout with the cancer that had returned. He slept in a hospital bed set up in the living room and I had taken the boys with me up to help mom out for a week. My sister also flew out from Colorado. We sang at his bedside when we could keep from crying. He loved hearing us harmonize and it brought back happier days for him.
We took turns sleeping on the couch in the living room, in case he needed anything. He would sleep with a “relaxing” tape on and it would play over and over. I came to label it the “death song”. It was most depressing thing I ever heard. But the worst was when you were on the verge of sleep only to be woken up by someone clapping.
It was my stepfather and he wasn’t clapping to the time of the music. He was clapping to KEEP from falling asleep – because he was afraid he would never wake up.
I got no sleep that night. I helped mom and my sister with breakfast as the nurse who came in the morning attended to Bob. Finally it got to me and I fell against the refrigerator crying. I prayed to God, “if you’re going to take him, TAKE HIM! Why does he have to suffer!”
Bob two years prior had become a born again Christian. He spent his last days watching ministry shows on television from his bed. My mother had called Kenneth Copeland and they sent people out to the house to do a prayer vigil while my sister and I were there– a “laying on of hands”. Nothing happened.
But the next morning, Bob was sitting up in Bed and feeding himself. He was talking to the nurse who came and she was AMAZED at how alert he was and how strong he seemed. (She was there and had held hands and prayed with us that day).
This day after the prayer, we were expecting Bob’s brothers and sister to visit from Delaware and New Jersey. I was still living in Delaware at the time, on the Air Force Base. My boys were toddlers back then. Bob’s family hadn’t seen him for years and the five hour trip up to the top of Pennsylvania was not one they made until that day. His brother Dave, Butch and Mike and his sister Peggy all came up and sat with him. I remember Bob’s smile as they talked about old times and the trouble Bob got into as a kid.
A couple days later, I had to head back home with the boys and my sister was flying back out the next day. The day after I got home, my mother called me.
“Something weird happened and I thought I should tell you about it.” I told her to go ahead.
“Well, Bob was sitting up in bed, the t.v. was on low and I was getting his lunch ready in the kitchen when I heard him talking. So I went to the doorway. Bob was looking straight ahead at the wall over the t.v. And he said ‘three days’.”
I replied, “Three days? What does that mean?”
Mom replied, “I asked Bob, ‘what’s in three days?’ and he responded still staring at the wall talking to no one she could see, ‘Three days . . . then the fight really begins’.”
Looking back on that phone conversation, I can tell you I got a chill that ran straight up my spine into the base of my skull. Both my mother and I knew exactly what he was talking about. I told her, “You better call Sandy.” My brother was still living at home with mom then.”
Within a week Bob was gone. It was slow and it was painful and scary for him. Mom told me that his lungs stopped working before his heart did. She could see the panic in his eyes but for the few seconds before he was taken. She said softly his eyes just relaxed. He was looking past her with a very slight smile and was trying to lift his hand past her, to something beyond her. She said she could see his soul leave his eyes. It seems God gave Bob a couple days of painless, lucid and alert time, just enough for him to see his brothers and sisters. Even his color was improved.
I will never, ever forget what he said though, about the fight beginning in three days. He went downhill fast after that and it was after everyone went home. The fight wasn’t against the cancer. God already decided to take him home. The battle was against the temptation to lose faith during the end of his physical life. Whatever Bob heard, God told him something he needed to know before his time to step through the veil. It was an invisible war he fought from the time he first found out he had cancer.
Michael Jackson was fighting an invisible war and no one saw it. Many still do not see it. Michael’s efforts to make music – a tool in which THEY used to get into us and control us – and turn it around to wake us up went unnoticed by most.
The invisible war is still going on and many are now waking up to it. The last verse in that passage from Ephesians, “And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; praying with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit . . .”
Salvation, Sword of the Spirit which IS THE WORD (your Bible), and prayer.
Those three things are your protection from the “strong delusion”.
In the Spirit. How do you pray in the Spirit? What does that mean?
I looked in my files on quotes from Michael on this, because I remembered a description of his praying by someone, I think it was Michael Bearden and Seth Riggs.
From Seth Riggs;
"You know, there was one moment. I was playing a piano, and he was standing next to me. All of a sudden, he stretched his hands, looking upwards. It seemed to me that it was very important to him. That’s why I left the room and switched the light off. After half an hour I came back to the room. He was whispering: “Thank you for my talent. Thank you for everything I’ve got. Thank you for all the people who love me. Tell me what I should do, and I’ll do it.” It seemed to me that it was the moment of his communication with God." Source
Communication with God
And then I found this also:
An excerpt from a 1977 interview Michael did with Timothy White. Michael was 19 at the time. It was published in Rock Lives (1990) and republished in the Q/Omnibus Press Rock N' Roll Reader (1994).
But there's a lot of ugliness in the world, too, a lot of cruelty. Did God create that?
No! That's because of man! Man is because of the fallen angels. It says in the Bible that all this would happen, and it's all coming true.
Michael was nineteen years old at the time he said that. “man is because of the fallen angels . . .”
Michael did my homework long before I did. Between Michael’s quote in an Interview at the age of 19 and Bible passages from Ephesians, take another look at what is going on in the world. Because of God? No.
What is going on in the world is as I covered before, introduced to mankind by the fallen angels. Not because of Republicans/Democrats or Tories/Labor. Not because of blacks or whites. Not because of liberals or conservatives. Not because of Muslims or Christians either. But every group has been used against each other to cloak the source of the trouble.
Michael also believed in Jesus and said so, in an interview with Schmuley on those tapes, who according to his debates with Christian scholars considers Jesus “scandalous”. Michael said:
SB (Shmuley Boteach):. ...Do you have a relationship with Jesus?
MJ: Jesus, yes. Absolutely. But you believe in Jesus, don’t you?
No, Schmuley doesn’t believe in Jesus. Schmuley also brings some memories. Memories of just how the same tactics employed in pressuring Pilot to sentence Jesus are still used today to pressure governments, industries, artists, teachers and individuals to play or get off the board.
Mob inciting was used to pressure Pilot into sentencing Jesus the way the Pharisees wanted. Mob inciting is still used today!
You tell me! What is the difference between what happened in Egypt and Libya compared to what happened in that contentious outpost that Pilot was stuck governing? What is going on NOW in South Africa? The stirring up of violence from once-peaceful YOUTH and young adults?
The establishment stealthily goes in, creates the problem, incites hatred using the problem THEY created with a fall guy/group chosen previously, then comes to the “rescue” with “government”.
They did it in Egypt, in Libya, in Iraq, the Congo and Cameroon, and it continues in South Africa.
They did it with AND INSIDE America too.
With Jesus they created the “crime”, placed “government” between themselves and the crime. Coerced government cooperation by threatening Pilot with rioting, KNOWING Rome told Pilot to “keep the peace”, then later blamed Pilot and “Rome” for the murder.
Character Creation – Sneddon’s Whipping Boy
With Michael they created the crime, placed “power of media” between themselves and those who could protect Michael. Coerced government cooperation using threats of media exposure (many pedophiles in our government. Either they fall for their crime or agree to let Michael fall for their crimes). Then they later blame the media and even Michael himself for what befell him.
Considering the ridiculous order of Tom Sneddon to order nude photos of Michael in 93 before there was even an arrest, It doesn’t take much imagination to figure out who the real pedophile-homosexual is. Then you have people like Taraborrelli, who describes in detail the whole sadistic affair at Michael’s house in a book as if he’s writing for Larry Flint. We know who was leaking info, for what purpose, and who got the most sick satisfaction out of it. Wonder if Taraborrelli’s wife knows? Perhaps Branca used this information to blackmail Taraborrelli into giving his cooperation? That’s how the establishment works.
That whole group reminds me of this:
But Bigger and more of them
Michael’s views on “karma” were also interesting, as stated in an interview in the 80’s:
"...I think justice is important because there are many injustices in the world and I hate injustice. 'I am tired of injustice" is the opening to one of my songs on my last album, called Scream. That's the first line I say. There's a line where Janet says, "Oh my God I can't believe what I saw on the TV this evening. I was disgusted by all the injustice,' because I wanted people to know about that and people get away with it and I don't believe in karma. I think that is a bunch of crap, because so many mean-spirited, evil people are on top of the world and doing well and people love them, no matter how evil they are.....Well, I'm sorry, it's crap. Karma is a theory like any other theory that some human made up.”
My husband makes fun of me whenever I use that word (crap), and I do use it, but not without laughing because he follows me around growling “craaaaap”, just to make me laugh. I’ve never heard Michael say “crap” and he says it twice in the sentence. :o)
But kidding aside, the injustice is exactly what originally launched me into defending Michael and then getting to know him. It was like a little fire that ignited inside me when I saw those comments by that minister on my facebook page. It is the charge that snapped the gears back into place after slipping out of gear when I heard over the radio that he had died. “Scream” is one of those songs that resonates with me even though I thought the film was “weird” when I first saw it back in 1993. (Note to Mike – wherever you are: I REALLY love the remix of that song. Love it!)
This is what David Pack said about Michael:
"I did not find Michael weird, messed up, or anything you’ve ever heard about him. I want to say that I feel all of the allegations ever charged against Michael were false, and that in my discernment, he did not have the capacity to ever do anything except love children and let them know he would do anything to stand up for them, and help them. Just look at the magnificent work he did on their behalf in writing and co-producing “We Are The World,” and the 39 charities for children he gave to generously. That was Michael. I believe that during his trials he related to the suffering of Christ, and prayed for intervention, because he was being accused over what he loved most—children. This caused him perhaps more pain than anything in his life.”
I thought that was a very poignant choice of words. “. . . he did not have the capacity to ever do anything except love children and let them know he would do anything to stand up for them . . .”
“Stands up for the children . . .” of your people?
Something else I found while trying to calm myself down last night that really threw me.
Someone asked me “will the false Jews keep Israel?” I was searching for some resources for that and ran across a verse on Biblegateway in Isaiah that I had read before, but it didn’t hit me until last night:
“8For it is the day of the LORD's vengeance, and the year of recompenses for the controversy of Zion.”
If you go to that blue link the whole chapter 34 of Isaiah is there. Imudea (Edom) is mentioned again.
I know we’ve covered Revelation’s verses in chapters two and three on the “false Jews” or “Those that say they are Jews but are not”. And I know I’ve addressed verses in Ezekiel that talk about the crimes of Jerusalem and Edom. But this particular verse in Isaiah, where it directly addresses the “controversy of Zion” shocked me that I didn’t pick up on this in a previous reading. I think I actually heard the word “wham” in my head.
I copied the phrase “controversy of Zion” and did a search on it. I found a book, written by Douglas Reed of the same title. Source
I also found the downloadable PDF for the book. Source
I downloaded the book and put it on a zip drive. Then I began reading the intro. Again I was floored. The book was only published in 1978 and copyright on the first link listed is 1985. But he wrote it in the 1950’s and titled it “Far and Away”. I had never heard of this book. When you see the “Preface” you will understand why.
“The disappearance into almost total oblivion of Douglas Reed and all his works was a change that could not have been wrought by time alone; indeed, the correctness of his interpretation of the unfolding history of the times found some confirmation in what happened to him when at the height of his powers.” Source
This preface is a powerful introduction to this book and you will understand why Reed was banned from publishing houses and bookshelves shortly after the original publication. If the web site housing the chapters of this book is taken offline, please make sure you download the PDF copy and read it at your leisure.
I am still shocked that as far back as 1977, Michael knew of the fallen angels, where our technology came from, how the fallen angels showed man how to use technology to corrupt and create misery. Nineteen years old! Hold on a minute . . . I’m still in awe. Let me focus on this for a minute . . .
Okay, I’m back. Whoa Mike. If only everyone were as normal as you!
By the way, in my tears and feeling sorry for myself and praying against that picture on the computer screen (again), I wanted to tell you that I had one small little prayer answered.
The little Kitty . . . “Grace”, showed up on our deck to be fed this evening. My husband was so happy! It was like God was saying, “Grace back to you”. It was such a small sign but so powerful.
This "invisible war" is no longer invisible. More tomorrow.
God Bless You.